Durr and his team will use the award to improve the ability of colonoscopy procedures to detect subtle lesions that frequently are missed.
A blood-clotting “super gel.” A mobile app for heart attack recovery. A pizza-delivering drone. A souped-up walker for pediatric ICU patients. Johns Hopkins engineering students have plenty to show off on Tuesday at the annual Design Day.
The AmbuMate could help ailing children out of bed—and the hospital—faster.
Engineering students will present the projects they’ve spent a semester or more working on as part of Engineering Design Day—the annual year-end Whiting School of Engineering event in which students tasked with designing solutions to real-world problems display their research, devices, and prototypes.
A reusable cryotherapy system that could bring low-cost breast cancer treatment to women in rural South Africa has won the bronze prize for a Johns Hopkins University biomedical engineering team in the undergraduate category of the 2016 National Collegiate Inventors Competition.
An undergraduate team from Johns Hopkins University has been named a finalist in the 2016 Collegiate Inventors Competition. The team improved on a cryotherapy device developed by Johns Hopkins students for use in rural Africa, where women who are diagnosed with breast cancer often have limited access to treatment.